The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
Articles tagged "art"
But are "friends" really Friends if you don't notice when they're gone?
Altmann's work defines a generation unsurprised by and unafraid of Stellar Wind, for whom privacy, like politics, has become a purely esthetic concept.
"I haven’t taken a photograph in a very, very long time."
Artist Jean-Pierre Aubé gives visual form to cities' growing radio frequency backgrounds
Nothing to remind us of the end of civilization quite like a luminous, washed out, endlessly repeating loop of David Gray singing the title word of his hit song "Babylon."
To echo one startled YouTuber, WendyVainity's work sometimes comes across as porn for the clinically insane.
The six-second video, 'Tits on Tits on Ikea,' by Artist Angela Washko, sold for $200.
Using Photoshop, green screens, and lots of naked people, Musco fuses art, humanity and nature.
Artists Pablo Garcia and Addie Wagenknecht asked sexcam performers to replicate poses from iconic works of Western art.
Design studio Humans Since 1982 makes art from time, with help from an iPad.
Ecco the Dolphin, the 1993 game for Sega Genesis, turns you into a bottlenose dolphin who travels through time to combat hostile aliens in Earth's oceans and on an alien spacecraft. I remember its tropical graphics only vestigially…
'But Does It Float' is a Tumblr-esque art website described as "an ongoing visual conversation" among creatives. The four-year-old site is reminiscent of the kind of imagery your old college weed dealer had tacked on his dorm walls.
And then scrambles everything.
Animator and LHC destroyer Cyriak provides your Friday head-trip.
The joys and anxieties of drone art.
When Ghost of a Dream have introduced their "Dream Car" and other of their sculptures, they have specifically attempted to match the price to the dollar value of each formerly-unscratched lottery ticket.
Image Atlas was built on a simple question: what does your Google Image Search look like in other places?
Make your own Koyaanisqatsi? Scott Snibbe has an app for that.
In which artist Carlos Zanni steals his image back from Google.